‘projects’ Category

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Indy Loves You

Dante and I both grew up in Indianapolis. Throughout the 13 years that we have worked together we have often discussed the city: our memories of growing up here, the changes we observe taking place, and the future we want to help shape for Indianapolis. So many of the conversations with our colleagues, particularly since […]

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Indy Loves You: Downtown

If you walk out of the Starbucks on Monument Circle, at the center of downtown Indianapolis, Indiana and cast your gaze to the east toward the City Market what you’ll see the ubiquitous street scene. The details are made up of “pedestrians”, automobiles and trucks looking for parking spaces, a jumble of street lights, store […]

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One and All

Dante and I are honored to be creating an interactive installation titled One and All at the Indianapolis Museum of Art for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on January 20, 2014. As we were having our initial design conversations I read King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” several times. The following passage struck me deeply […]

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Summer Camp

One dream project of mine is to establish an open studio practice wherever people gather – every office, school, mall, factory – every community hub, sports facility, detention center, – every theatre, museum, and business incubator. Over the years Rebecca and I developed a studio starter kit. Everything you need for a studio fits into […]

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Project: Knit and Purl

Most of us use our hands to master the hand-held rituals required for us to navigate our evolving digital worlds. Today the revolution of technology makes its home in the movement of our fingers texting, touching screens and mouse pads, hitting delete and escape buttons on computer keyboards. Knit and Purl, a 75-foot long sculpture […]

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Project: The Petal Project, Super Bowl XLVI

The Photographing Eastside Transformation and Legacy (PETAL) Project is a Theater of Inclusion program commissioned by the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee. It is designed to assist youth of the Near Eastside explore the issue of legacy and document the transformation of their neighborhood during the 2012 Super Bowl Legacy Project. The PETAL Project […]